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Guadalupe or Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe
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Guadalupe, Potosí
Guadalupe is a village in the Bolivian Potosí
Potosí
Department
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Guadalupe River (Texas)
The Guadalupe River runs from Kerr County, Texas
Texas
to San Antonio Bay
San Antonio Bay
on the Gulf of Mexico. It is a popular destination for rafting, fly fishing, and canoeing. Larger cities along it include Kerrville, New Braunfels, Seguin, Gonzales, Cuero, and Victoria. It has several dams along its length, the most notable of which, Canyon Dam, forms Canyon Lake northwest of New Braunfels.Contents1 Course 2 History2.1 1987 flood3 Fishing 4 River conditions/flow 5 Points of interest 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksCourse[edit] The upper part, in the Texas
Texas
Hill Country, is a smaller, faster stream with limestone banks and shaded by pecan and bald cypress trees
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Guadalupe, Murcia
Guadalupe is a pedanía (village/suburban district) in the municipality of Murcia
Murcia
in the Region of Murcia, Spain. The main populated area is known as Guadalupe de Maciascoque. El Escorial Murciano, the complex that contains the Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia
Murcia
and the Monasterio de los Jerónimos de San Pedro de la Ñora, an historic Hieronymite
Hieronymite
monastery, is located here. References[edit]^ a b "Geografía de Guadalupe". Murcia: Ayuntamiento de Murcia. Retrieved 2012-07-10.  ^ "List of place names". INEbase. Madrid: Instituto Nacional de Estadística. Retrieved 2012-07-10.  Population is for province #30, municipality #030, collective entity #230.This article about a location in the Region of Murcia, Spain, is a stub
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Guadalupe (Spain)
The Guadalupe or Guadalupejo river (Spanish: Río Guadalupe) is a right hand tributary of the Guadiana, in Spain.Contents1 Course 2 Etymology 3 See also 4 ReferencesCourse[edit] The Guadalupe has its sources in the Sierra de Villuercas
Sierra de Villuercas
near Guadalupe, giving its name to the town, and by extension to the monastery of Santa María de Guadalupe. It flows southwards into the Guadiana
Guadiana
at the Garcia de Sola Dam, barely 1.5 km east of Valdecaballeros
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Guadalupe, Arizona
Guadalupe is a town in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. Since its founding, Guadalupe has been known as a center of Yaqui culture and it is home to many religious festivals. The town motto, "where three cultures flourish," recognizes the town's roots in the Yaquis, Mexicans and descendants of the original farmers.[4] Nestled between Phoenix and Tempe, the 2010 census listed the population of the town as 5,523.[2] Guadalupe was founded around 1900 by Yaqui Indians, who fled their homeland in Sonora
Sonora
to avoid oppression by the Mexican government of Diaz.[5] The cemetery of Guadalupe was established in 1904, in the original townsite of the town. The city of Tempe annexed the area surrounding the cemetery
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Guadalupe, California
Guadalupe is a small city located in Santa Barbara County, California. According to the U.S. Census
Census
of 2010, the city has a population of 7,080. Guadalupe is economically and socially tied to the city of Santa Maria, which is about ten miles to the east. It is located on Highway 1 immediately south of the Santa Maria River, and five miles east of the Pacific Ocean.[10]Contents1 History 2 Geography2.1 Climate3 Demographics3.1 2010 3.2 20004 Economy 5 Arts and culture 6 Parks and recreation 7 Education 8 Public safety 9 Transportation 10 References 11 External linksHistory[edit] The first European land exploration of Alta California, the Spanish Portolà expedition, camped near today's Guadalupe on September 1, 1769. Franciscan
Franciscan
missionary and expedition member Juan Crespi
Juan Crespi
noted in his diary that they found "a very large lake"
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Guadalupe County, Colorado Territory
Guadalupe County was one of the original 17 counties created by the Territory of Colorado
Territory of Colorado
in 1861. Guadalupe County existed for only six days before being renamed Conejos County. History[edit] On 1861-11-01, the Colorado General Assembly
Colorado General Assembly
created Guadalupe County and 16 other counties as the first counties of the Territory of Colorado.[1] Six days later on 1861-11-07, the Colorado
Colorado
General Assembly decided to change the name of Guadalupe County to Conejos County.[2] See also[edit]History portal Geography portal North America portal United States portal Colorado
Colorado
portal Mountains portalOutline of Colorado Index of Colorado-related articles Historic Colorado
Colorado
countiesConejos County, ColoradoReferences[edit]^ " Colorado
Colorado
County History". COGenWeb Project. 2007
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Guadalupe County, New Mexico
Guadalupe County is a county in the U.S. state
U.S. state
of New Mexico. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,687,[1] making it the fifth-least populous county in New Mexico. Its county seat is Santa Rosa.[2]Contents1 History 2 Geography2.1 Adjacent counties3 Demographics3.1 2000 census 3.2 2010 census4 Communities4.1 City 4.2 Town 4.3 Census-designated places5 Politics 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksHistory[edit] Guadalupe County was named after Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe (Our Lady of Guadalupe) or after the Mesita de Guadalupe (Guadalupe Plain). The county was created from the southern portion of San Miguel County February 26, 1891 by an act of the New Mexico
New Mexico
Territorial Legislature. The original county seat was Puerto De Luna, but was moved north to Santa Rosa in 1903
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Guadalupe County, Texas
Guadalupe County is a county located in the U.S. state
U.S. state
of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 131,533.[1] The county seat is Seguin.[2] The county was founded in 1846 and is named after Guadalupe River. Guadalupe County is part of the San Antonio, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area.Contents1 History 2 Geography2.1 Major highways 2.2 Adjacent counties3 Demographics 4 Education4.1 School districts 4.2 Colleges and universities5 Communities5.1 Cities (multiple counties) 5.2 Cities 5.3 Census-designated places 5.4 Other unincorporated communities 5.5 Ghost town6 Politics 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksHistory[edit] Indigenous paleo-Indian hunter-gatherers were the first inhabitants of the area, thousands of years before European colonization
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Guadalupe Mountains
The Guadalupe Mountains
Guadalupe Mountains
(Spanish: Sierra de Guadalupe) are a mountain range located in West Texas
Texas
and southeastern New Mexico
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Guadalupe Mountains National Park
Guadalupe Mountains
Guadalupe Mountains
National Park is a national park in the Guadalupe Mountains of West Texas
Texas
and contains Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in Texas
Texas
at 8,749 feet (2,667 m) in elevation. Located east of El Paso, it also contains El Capitan, long used as a landmark by people traveling along the old route later followed by the Butterfield Overland Mail stagecoach line. Visitors can see the ruins of an old stagecoach station near the Pine Springs Visitor Center. Camping is available at the Pine Springs Campground and Dog Canyon. The restored Frijole Ranch
Frijole Ranch
House is now a small museum of local ranching history and is the trailhead for Smith Spring
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Guadalupe River (California)
The Guadalupe River
River
mainstem is an urban, northward flowing 14 miles (23 km) river in California
California
whose much longer headwater creeks originate in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The river mainstem now begins on the Santa Clara Valley
Santa Clara Valley
floor when Los Alamitos Creek
Los Alamitos Creek
exits Lake Almaden and joins Guadalupe Creek just downstream of Coleman Road in San Jose, California. From here it flows north through San José, California
California
where it receives Los Gatos Creek, a major tributary
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Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes
Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes
Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes
is the largest remaining dune system south of San Francisco and the second largest in the U.S. state of California.[1] It encompasses an 18-mile (29 km) stretch of coastline on the Central Coast of California
California
and extends from southern San Luis Obispo County
San Luis Obispo County
to northern Santa Barbara County.[2] The Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes
Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes
Complex is home to a unique dunes ecosystem as well as many endangered and threatened species of plants and animals. To protect the dunes environment, much of the Complex has been set aside for conservation. In addition, it is recognized as a National Natural Landmark.[3] Another portion of the Dunes is utilized for recreation, such as camping and Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) use
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Guadalupe, São Tomé And Príncipe
Guadalupe is a town located on the northern coast of São Tomé Island, which is part of the island nation of São Tomé
São Tomé
and Príncipe. It is the seat of Lobata District. Its population is 1,081 (2008 est.).[1] Guadalupe is connected with the National Route 1 (EN1) linking the capital and Neves. Population history[edit]Historical populationYear Pop. ±%2001 (census) 948 —    2008 (estimate) 1,081 +14.0%Notable people[edit]William Barbosa, footballer Olinda Beja, writerReferences[edit]^ INE, Evolução da população São-Tomense por localidades, 2001/2007-08v t eLobata DistrictCommunitiesBela Vista Boa Boa Entrada Conde Correia Guadalupe Maianço Micoló Agostinho Neto Santo AmaroGeographyLagoa AzulLandmarks Lagoa Azul
Lagoa Azul
LighthouseCultureDesp
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USS Guadalupe (AO-32)
USS Guadalupe (AO-32), a Cimarron-class fleet replenishment oiler that served in the United States Navy,it was named for the Guadalupe River in Texas. Guadalupe was launched as SS Esso Raleigh 26 January 1940 by the Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Company at Newport News, Virginia; sponsored by Mrs. W. L. Inslee, wife of the late manager of the Traffic Division, Marine Department, Standard Oil of New Jersey; taken over by the Maritime Commission
Maritime Commission
as MC Hull #12; acquired by the Navy 1 June 1941; and commissioned 19 June 1941, Commander Harry R. Thurber in command. Six weeks of coastwise voyages carrying oil from Texas
Texas
to New Jersey ended 16 August as Guadalupe docked at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Receiving as deck cargo six PT boats
PT boats
later to form the famous squadron commanded by Lieutenant Commander
Lieutenant Commander
John D
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